Posts Tagged ‘ International Religious Freedom Day ’

Remembering International Religious Freedom Day

Oct 31st, 2013 | By

… the United States should continue its vigorous opposition to efforts at the UN to restrict speech deemed religiously offensive or controversial.  For more than a decade, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), with its annual resolutions focusing on “combating defamation of religions,” had made the HRC and General Assembly centers of activity to establish a global blasphemy law violating freedom of religion and expression. 

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Washington Report- October 25th, 2013

Oct 25th, 2013 | By

In this issue: Obama created Syrian nightmare / Obama Army exposed for smearing Christian groups / Pro-gay agenda activist takes over Homeland Security / Senators demand response to persecution of Christians / Congressman wants abortion coverage disclosed / World Council of Churches ignores persecuted Christians / International Religious Freedom Day ignored? / In Yemen, Muslim father burns teen daughter to death / in Kenya, Muslims murder pastors / In Nigeria, Police in norther states enforce Sharia on Christians / In Syria, Christians turn to Russia for help/ CLIP OF TERROR ATTACK ON LIVE NEWS PROGRAM

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Commemorating International Religious Freedom Day

Oct 24th, 2013 | By
behead those who insult Islam

Across the globe, religion and belief continue to matter deeply in the lives of people and their cultures. From worship to prayer, births to funerals, weddings to holy days, almsgiving to thanksgiving, religion is a central source of identity, meaning, and purpose for billions of human beings.

Because religion matters, so does religious freedom. Simply stated, most people strive to practice their beliefs peacefully as they see fit. They seek to think as they please, believe or not believe as their conscience leads, and live out their convictions openly and peacefully.

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International Religious Freedom Day Gets Scant Attention

Oct 24th, 2013 | By

The issue of religious persecution around the world should be front and center for our government, but clearly it’s not under Obama. In fact, it has been Obama who has been one of the key political forces in creating more religious persecution around the world and in the United States since he took office.

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